Residue of skins and seeds coats a screen, making unique patterns after an aerating pumpover at Anomaly Vineyards in St. Helena, California. Pumpovers, known in French as remontage, enhance the extraction process, drawing more color and flavor out of the grape skins, as well as, at the winemaker’s option, adding oxygen into the fermentation process.
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